Chinese NGOs are ‘Going Out’: History, Scale, Characteristics, Outcomes, and Barriers

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This paper by Xiaoyun Li and Qiang Dong, from the College of Humanities and Development Studies of the China Agricultural University, provides a very useful overview of the phenomenon of Chinese NGOs engaging in projects overseas, or “going out” as the Chinese expression goes.

The paper was published as part of the Nonprofit Policy Forum, Volume 9, Issue 1 (May 2018), published by De Gruyter. You can download the original here: https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/npf.2018.9.issue-1/issue-files/npf.2018.9.issue-1.xml

In Brief

This paper provides a very useful overview of the phenomenon of Chinese NGOs engaging in projects overseas, or ‘going out’ as the Chinese expression goes.

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